The best Airbnbs in Venice, from a Rialto flat to a San Marco studio

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Venice is a city that almost any seasoned traveler can identify, even if they haven’t been there. It’s among the world’s most iconic, lined by canals and traversable by foot, tram, and gondola in a manner that has inspired urban planners the world over. It can be quite confusing identifying the right place to stay, so we’ve pulled together a list of the best Airbnbs in Venice in all parts of the city.

Ca’Barba flat in Rialto

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One thing immediately jumps out about this high-end Rialto flat — it has four bathrooms, each including a jacuzzi tub. That means every person in your crew can enjoy a post-adventure soak at the same time, and never be late for happy hour. The apartment is adorned with photography and is steps from the famed Rialto bridge. There’s plenty of space to spread out across three floors and this is absolutely one of the best Airbnbs in Venice.

Eight guests, four bedrooms
Price: $410 per night

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Romantic view over Venetian canals

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This apartment is owned by a traveling couple who have outfitted it to feel familiar and comfortable. It’s compact but inviting — everything you need for a well-rounded time in Venice including easy access to dining, shops, and gondola rides. The garden view from the living room is worth the cost of admission on its own.

Three quests, one bedroom
Price: $146 per night

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Private room perfect for remote work and short holidays

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A “one-room-fits-all,” this listing boasts Wi-Fi and a TV in-room. That’s practically a hotel room, for a third the price. The back-and-forth between the owner and recent renters is heartwarming, and the place is simple but well-adorned — you’ll feel at home from the moment you walk in the front door.

One guest, one bedroom
Price: $44 per night

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Allegre Venice Mestre private studio

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Bright, colorful, and right in the middle of Mestre, this private room is an ideal place to return to after a day of walking around Venice. Good vibes are a plenty here, as it’s tough to feel down in such a cheery ambience, especially when there’s another bottle of wine to open before hopping on the tram for a 10-minute ride into the city.

Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $61 per night

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Ca’Duce home with pretty garden

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Back to basics, this place is ideal if you’re after a cozy, well-adorned home that will make you feel as though you’ve actually moved to Venice. Dine outside under the pergola, the garden as your dinner guest — a better place to sip red wine is not found anywhere in the city.

Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $88 per night

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Querini San Marco studio

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The draw here is definitely not the inside but everything that’s outside. The courtyard is a walk through history, and the perfect way to experience Venitian life as it has existed for centuries. The unit itself is small and well-placed, a cozy bed and ample lighting greeting you beside a kitchenette. For a place to crash in Venice, it doesn’t get more efficient than this.

Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $134 per night

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Sestiere Cannaregio apartment

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Simplicity in the heart of the city — that can go a long way when visiting a place you’ve never been to before. This apartment offers just that, an efficient and homey vibe that is right in the heart of Venice. A nice kitchen, cozy beds, and a simple, modern living room welcome you back after a day in town.

Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $170 per night

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Ca Giulia apartment with terrace in Venice

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This place is modern and is located in the heart of an old city giving you the best of both worlds. Its location is central to some of the best dining and nightlife in Venice, shopping too, and both Piazza San Marco and the Biennale are within walking distance. Inside the unit, there is ample lounge space, a gorgeous flower-topped patio, and a bit of privacy that you’ll enjoy after a day strolling the plazas.

Three guests, one bedroom
Price: $241 per night

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Dolce Ventio luxury flat in San Marco

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The most important thing about this luxurious flat is that no matter where you are in the whole apartment, you can see the city you’ve traveled to. Be it in the bedroom, kitchen, living room, or shower, you can see Venice — and it’s very likely Venice can see you too. The place is airy and luxurious, with an artsy European vibe that is complemented by the surrounding San Marco area and all its offerings.

Six guests, two bedrooms
Price: $217 per night

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Charming large palazzo in central Venice

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There’s nothing that eases waking from a restful night’s sleep like having the drapes around the bed pulled back by golden cherubs. Another fusion of look and location, every detail from the “18th-century” room, the “Chinese” room, the “Arabian-style” indoor garden, and the “Turkish” room is spot on, and immersing yourself in the hallway art collection is an experience in itself. This palazzo captures the international vibe of Venice while being centrally located near sights, bites, and brews.

Nine guests, five bedrooms
Price: $680 per night

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Luxurious palazzo for ten guests

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Airbnbs in Venice rarely reach this level of opulence. Frescoed ceilings cover ornamental furniture in a large space, and the terrace is fit for dinner parties and late-night drinks. The unit has an in-house chef who prepares breakfast and can cook other meals as needed, though the cost of food is not included.

Ten guests, six bedrooms
Price: $1,458 per night

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Covered wagon in natural enclave

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This covered wagon takes the cake for the most unique Airbnb in Venice, set in a cove of wagons with camping accommodations including a bathroom and camp kitchen. If you’re on a budget, this is a great spot that is comfortable and has a community pool, as well as easy networking with other travelers and the ability to join group tours and evening events at the campsite. For the price, you won’t find a better experience.

Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $24 per night

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Rooftop studio in Cannaregio

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The “Conceptual Devices Apartment 1” seems a bit like an architecture student’s flat, but the courtyard is nice, and it’s got a great view of Palazzo Labia. Located in a 500-year-old building, this apartment is on the top floor overlooking the Grand Canal and is the type of spot a writer or artist might seclude themselves in for a week to focus on their work. It’s affordable and practical, and an efficient use of space.

Two guests, one bedroom
Price: $67 per night

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